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Building the Perfect Fiber Optic Probe

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Gary Boas, News Editor, [email protected]

Researchers face old-school challenges in developing state-of-the-art technologies. Researchers and clinicians use fiber optic-based probes for a wide range of applications – which means the probes must exhibit varying amounts of complexity. On one end of that spectrum sit the probes used for optical imaging of muscle, which can be as simple as a fiber placed in contact with the skin. On the other end sit probes used for combined optical and x-ray imaging of the breast, with high-density arrays of fiber optic sources and detectors integrated into the paddles of the mammography...Read full article

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